Clipped From Monroe Evening Times
YORK Ult— Trading picked today as the stock market advanced moderately. ran to around a point at best. Despite the rise, however, many small minus signs remained in the list. stocks included Southern Sunray Oil, Richfield Oil, Pictures, Phillips Petroleum, American Telephone, Consolidated Natural Gas, Du Pont, Steel, Chrysler, Douglas Aircraft, and National Distillers. were Chesapeake and United Air Lines, Consolidated American Woolen, and United Aircraft. Watertown and Whitefish Bay — also had death-free records. Afternoon Blaze Guts Hyland's Gas Station Fire gutted the interior of Hyland's Cities Service station, 2303 13th street, at 3 p. m. today when an explosion occurred in the garage half of the station. Fire Chief H. L. Sickinger said that apparently a compound put on the floor exploded starting the fire. James Hyland, in the office at the time, was not injured but a window was blown out.